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Pixels on Oreo are disabling mobile data on some carriers, Google looking into a fix

Android 8.0 has started to roll out to Nexus and Pixel devices, but not everyone is happy with the update. The update has a bug that seems to cause the phone to disable mobile data prematurely on some carriers. There's already an extensive thread on the Google product forums, and a Googler has replied to say a fix is in the works.

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[Update: Now $153] Deal Alert: Amazon has the Nest Cam Outdoor for $158 ($42 off)

The more that I hear about outdoor IP security cameras, the more I want one. Among the available options is the Nest Cam Outdoor, which is on sale over on Amazon for $157.50; that's $41.50 that you save. Keep in mind that this deal is for a single unit.

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Start off the week with 31 temporarily free and 25 on-sale apps

It's Monday again, which means that I'm back for the first app sales post of the week. Today's list should surprise no one, but I don't get to choose which apps go on sale and which do not. Still, someone might find an icon pack or game that appeals to them. In that case, more power to you.

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[Deal Alert] Sony Xperia XZ for $329.99 and XZs for $515.00 at Daily Steals with our exclusive coupon ($70-80 off)

Sony has stuck to their design language over the years, offering a level of consistency that no other OEM can approach. Whether you have come to love or hate the bezel, the XZ and XZs are both great devices that offer the same Sony experience and software we've all come to expect. And, right now, you can pick up both the XZ ($329.99) and XZs ($515) brand new over at Daily Steals with our exclusive discount codes.  

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10 new and notable Android apps from the last week (9/6/17 - 9/11/17)

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.

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Essential Phone drop test demonstrates a strong ceramic back, but an easily broken screen

JerryRigEverything does teardowns and torture tests pretty often, but a drop test from the channel is rare to see. The torture tests that Zack does compromise the devices' strength, and drop tests are pretty expensive in the first place. But for the titanium- and ceramic-constructed Essential Phone, an exception was made, giving us the video you see here.

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Asus announces ZenFone 4 launch in US and Canada, starting today with the ZenFone 4 Max

Asus was launching ZenFone 3 variants in the US as recently as a few months ago, but it also started pushing the first ZenFone 4 phones over the summer in select markets. Starting today, the ZenFone 4 series is rolling out in the US and Canada, but it's starting with the ZenFone 4 Max 5.5". This is hardly the most impressive device in the lineup, but it has a gigantic battery.

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[Update: Amazon too] Deal Alert: Unlocked LG G6 is just $449.99 ($250 off) at B&H

All phones drop in price as they become older and newer competitors come onto the scene. The LG G6 is only six months old, but with fierce rivalry from the Galaxy S8/S8+ and the brand new V30, it's been seeing some major discounts lately. This latest one by B&H brings the price down to just $449.99, a full $250 off its MSRP.

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Google added YouTube HDR support to the Pixels entirely in software

A few smartphones and tablets have launched with support for HDR video, but the Google Pixel and Pixel XL were not among them. Google enabled HDR playback in YouTube recently and apparently didn't like that its own phones were going to be left out of the fun. We were surprised to see the Pixels show up on the supported list, so we asked Google what was going on. It turns out the Pixels are doing YouTube HDR in software.

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If Google Play Protect is breaking bluetooth on your Moto G4 Plus, don't worry because there's a fix

 

We received a tip today about a strange problem affecting bluetooth on the Moto G4 Plus, and it has something to do with Google Play Protect. It seems as though the issue is fairly widespread, too, as there are a number of reports on the Lenovo forums from disgruntled users. If you're also experiencing the problem, well fear not as there is a way to fix it.

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